Axiom Verge 2 is Coming to Nintendo Switch in 2020

axiom verge 2

Developer Thomas Happ Games has announced that Axiom Verge is getting a sequel next year called Axiom Verge 2.

Axiom Verge 2 will launch in late 2020 on the Nintendo Switch. No additional platforms were announced at this time. The original Axiom Verge launched on PlayStation 4 in March 2015 and then came to PC, PlayStation Vita, Nintendo Wii U, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One in the years after. It’s probably safe to assume that the sequel will make its way to other platforms either next year or sometime after. You can watch the debut trailer for the game below.

Decades later… or is it centuries earlier?

You may have played Axiom Verge, or heard it referenced as a benchmark for indie “metroidvania” adventures. Axiom Verge 2 is part of the same story as Axiom Verge 1 but is a completely new game: new characters, new powers, new enemies, and a new world. You can play it before or after the original.

Meet Indra, the mysterious billionaire behind the worldwide Globe 3 conglomerate. What is this world she’s found? Who are the voices that seem to be calling to her?

Axiom Verge 2 is coming in late 2020 for Nintendo Switch. Stay tuned to learn about additional platforms!

Not Just Another World

Hiding in a cargo lift in Antarctica is what appears to be an ancient, alternate Earth, complete with mountains, lakes, deserts, and the ruins of a civilization. But you get the feeling that something else is lurking just past the fringes of reality, waiting to pull you in.

  • Climb your way across a variety of terrains.
  • Exploit enemies through hacking.
  • Venture off with your remote drone.

Items and Enemies

You may think you already know the world of Axiom Verge. Think again.

  • Urns – If you break open one of these you’ll gain new powers and abilities from the entities trapped inside. But at what cost?
  • Compass – This lapis lazuli pendant sparkles with light. As you draw nearer to an urn, the light coalesces to point in its general direction.
  • Drones – These mechanical foes attack you on sight. But like anything with a computer at its core, they can be hacked, each for varying effects.
  • Save Shrines – Every time you stop at one of these, a tiny piece of you is left behind. This allows you to be reborn if you take too much damage to continue.

…And Something Else

You sense there is a bigger secret to this world. What could it be?

Justin Oneil
One of Head Writers and PR here on ThisGenGaming.com. I've been playing games for over 20 years now and play everything from AAA blockbusters to Indie games. You can find me on all the current consoles and on my twitter account.
About the author

Justin Oneil

One of Head Writers and PR here on ThisGenGaming.com. I've been playing games for over 20 years now and play everything from AAA blockbusters to Indie games. You can find me on all the current consoles and on my twitter account.